Visit Cape May’s most popular historic sites with this money-saving package.
Take a 30 minute guided tour of one of Cape May’s most charming historic Bed & Breakfast Inns located at 5 Trenton Ave.
A 2 hour narrated boat cruise through the harbor, inlet, ocean and bay with information on the history of the resort and area marine life.
A Seilf-guided booklet for biking or walking in Cape May.
Get the family together and set out to search for witches’ hats and fish scales as you look at architecture from a kid’s perspective. Packet includes a clues sheet and map to take you on this discovery tour.
Gift certificates that can be used with participating merchants. Sold in $25 increments
Climb 199 steps in this 1859 structure to the watch gallery for a panoramic view of the Jersey Cape & Delaware Bay!
Take a 3-hour ocean voyage on the 110-foot Cape May Whale Watcher and look for whales and dolphins.
Headless Photography? Electric Corsets? Coffin Torpedoes? Explore some of the strange beliefs, superstitions, oddities, fads curiosities and mysteries from the end of the 19th century.
Located in the Carriage House at the Physick Estate. Dine indoors in the original horse stalls, or outdoors under the patio tent. Free parking!
Located on the grounds of the Physick Estate, the Carriage House is the oint of sale for tour and event tickets.
Illuminating the darkness over the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay for 160 years, Cape May’s lighthouse is the third beacon to guide mariners through the tumultuous waters at the confluence of the ocean and bay. Free admission.
While touring this private home with the owners, hear stories of supernatural happenings witnessed in the house and “investigate” the presence of “other occupants” using EVP recorders and EMF meters.
A fun ride geared especially for 3-7 year olds. 30 minutes. Accessible trolley available with advance notice.
A “whodunit” mystery that takes you inside the 1879 Emlen Physick Estate, where you will encounter the guilty and the not so guilty.
The ultimate Cape May experience! A 45-minute Historic District Trolley Tour combined with a 45-minute guided tour of the 1879 Physick Estate Victorian house museum.
Cape May’s Home of American Stage Classics, the East Lynne Theater Company brings to the stage provocative classics and history based contemporary entertainment that deal with the uniquely American experience.
A 45-minute guided tour of the first & second floors of this Victorian house museum. First floor is accessible.
Discover how your seafood gets from ocean to table on this tour along the Lobster House commercial fishing dock.
A 30-minute evening ride through the haunted streets of Cape May as a guide recounts the paranormal findings of ghost writer Craig McManus. Accessible trolley available with advance notice.
Take an evening tour down the ghostly path that leads to the Cape May Lighthouse as you hear and experience Craig McManus’ paranormal findings during your journey.
See Cape May’s beach and marsh habitat and learn about the wonder and beauty of the plants and animals found there with a marine biologist from the Nature Center of Cape May as your guide.
MAC’s business office for ticket sales and customer information.
A 45-minute guided tour with entertaining and enlightening stories about the nation’s oldest seaside resort and how it survived. Accessible trolley available with advance notification.
Join us Thursdays throughout the summer from 10:30 am to 12noon for patriotic, musical, and plain old fun crafts.
Narrated trolley tour along Beach Avenue through the “new Cape May” of the early 1900s. Guides tell the history of the expansion of the city at the turn of the 20th century. Approx. 40 min.
Youngsters will see what life was like more than 100 years ago on a tour of this 1879 house museum, geared especially for 5-10 year-olds.
Have an adventure at the Emlen Physick Estate! Use our map to explore the grounds while looking for the answers to this educational scavenger hunt.
A presentation of both the North and South dimensions of the Chalfonte illustrated by artifacts in their Civil War history room, followed by a Southern Fried Chicken Dinner in the Magnolia Room.
Take a trolley tour of the places where escaped slaves sought refuge and help to continue their journeys to freedom. Hear the stories and visit some of the places connected with the Underground Railroad.